Thursday, April 1
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
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Nautilus 5

An Analysis of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through Problem-based Learning and Alternate Reality Gaming

Brief Paper ID: 28047
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    Jennifer Lee
    University of North Texas
  2. Anjum Najmi
    University of North Texas
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    Scott Warren
    University of North Texas

Abstract: This qualitative study focused on instructors who taught a re-designed, undergraduate technology-based course using a narrative driven, problem-based learning approach at a major university. Using Alternative Reality Gaming and Problem-based Learning to promote student engagement, retention, and academic success, we identified five benchmarks of the successful practices in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in large enrollment undergraduate courses.

Presider: Dina Rosen, Kean University

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